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The Mr. Fitzhughs having staid here longer than they expected, I have (since writing my letter of...
Your kind favor of January 6. has come duly to hand. These marks of your remembrance are always...
I had much wished to have had the pleasure of visiting you at Eppington before my departure, but...
I expected mr Eppes would have passed this way on his return from the springs, or I should not...
Your favor of June the 4th. with Mr. Eppes’ of May 30. came to my hands only the 8th of July....
I have to acknoledge the reciept of your friendly letter of the 5th instant . I had before heard...
Your favors of March 31. and May 7. have been duly received. The last by Polly, whose arrival has...
[ Annapolis, 22 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “[Apr.] 22. Mrs. E.—Mr. E.—Polly.” This is a...
The girls being unable to assure you themselves of their welfare the duty devolves on me and I...
In my last of July 12. I told you that in my next I would enter into explanations about the time...